10m. Thin, balancey arete to gear, deep breath, rock up slab and don't look down! Features a jumping belayer should you fall! NB: It's now become popular to climb the route placing gear in the left-hand crack above the overlap at around E2 5b (now features a more understandably relaxed belayer!)

Mark Somerville Aug/1993

Lamb 31/May/17 2nd O/S

Probably soft E2 5b/5c with a couple pulls getting established on the lower slab/arete.

with Colin Dyer
Colin Dyer 31/May/17 Lead

Nice enough route, worth doing. Not E3 though if I can onsight it without any grunting or swearing.

with Lamb
gjd 01/Sep/13 Lead dnf

Climbed the corner rather than the arete, so not a proper tick.

with Ronnie
mshorter 06/Apr/13 Lead O/S
Dr Toph 15/Nov/10 Solo O/S

E25b sounds about right. fun though...

Alejandro S 10/Sep/10 Lead O/S

I reckon this is soft at E2 5b. Can't say I liked it though... Pretty loose up top and I was running out of cams!

with Brendan
Neil Adams 28/Aug/08 2nd O/S

About E1 5b surely?

with Ally F
Alasdair Fulton 28/Aug/08 Lead O/S

Seemed very easy??? Finished up the finger crack. Apparently, the top crack has had some serious excavation since the FA and is now easier and better protected. I'd suggest E2 5b/5c and a soft one at that! Nice though.

figfour ??/2007 Lead
el diablo ??/2007 -
dodfoster 29/Apr/05 Lead RP
with dom kehoe
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